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What happens if a visitor failed to complete an offer?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by asimovgxj, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. asimovgxj

    asimovgxj Junior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I would like to know what will happen if a visitor failed to complete a survey?

    I don't think 100% traffice which are droven to an survey can complete the offer because there are endless steps to take and endless info for you to provide.The advertiser always want more from you,right?

    So when I promise people that they can get a serial key for taking a survey and they finally find there's tricky thing inside,will they complain about it? How can I let them get what I promised even if they can not 100% complete the survey? For example,just after they provide their email address but before they input home address on the next page.

    Thanks for your help.
     
  2. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    The offer you're promoting must be an incent offer. Usually means a lot more shaving compared to regular non-incent offers. That's usually the case with me.

    If the user won't fill out a survey in exchange of the offer you're giving out, then it just means the offer isn't worth promoting. They probably have seen the same thing over and over (ie complete this survey before you can download this offer) and they could probably find it elsewhere without going through all that trouble.
     
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  3. GothamSEO

    GothamSEO BANNED BANNED

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    If a visitor fails to complete a CPA offer, you don't get paid. Simple.

    That's why I tell people to go for one page CPA offers with only 3 submission boxes maximum such as the name, email and phone number. That way, they don't have to go through a lot of pages and give up halfway.

    One thing I have noticed though is that earnings are shaved more often with quick CPA offers. That is a downside but if you have plenty of traffic coming in, it should be no problem since you have decent amount of offer completions.

    To your success,
    GothamSEO.
     
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  4. asimovgxj

    asimovgxj Junior Member

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    Thanks for your time.
    I've tried to go through a few cpa offers to test it,but even with those 'email submission' or 'zip submission' offers,there are still endless pages after I submit the email address or zip code in the first page,and I always give up when being asked for cc number or s/n. So what do you mean by 'quick cpa offer'? Could I please have you show me a sample?
     
  5. GothamSEO

    GothamSEO BANNED BANNED

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    What I mean by "quick CPA offer" is that the user is only required to complete 3 or less submission boxes. It's quick in the sense that it can be done quickly. If you do the longer offers which takes you to other pages, you are most likely going to come across people who give up halfway and try to find the content elsewhere instead of filling the offer.

    I can't really find a sample for you but I recommend you check out Adscendmedia. They have tonnes of email submit offers which only require name and email address. The payout per offer submit is pretty decent if you get the traffic coming in.

    To your success,
    GothamSEO.
     
  6. SeoElf

    SeoElf BANNED BANNED

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    Then you dont get paid pretty much what are they required to do to complete the offer?